Redmi K30 Pro to come with AMOLED HDR10+ display, Game Turbo 3.0 with voice changer

Redmi K30 Pro to come with AMOLED HDR10+ display, Game Turbo 3.0 with voice changer

Xiaomi has launched the mid-range Redmi K30 series in China with a 120Hz high refresh rate LCD, Snapdragon 765G, and a 64MP Sony IMX 686 primary camera. But defying their own tradition from the Redmi K20 series, there was no “Pro” variant to be found. There was evidence that another Redmi device was incoming with a Snapdragon 865 SoC, but nothing was officially confirmed by Redmi or Xiaomi at that stage. Redmi did eventually confirm that the Redmi K30 Pro 5G is coming with the newest Qualcomm flagship SoC, and has since gone on to reveal several key features of the upcoming smartphone, including a March 24th launch date. Now, Redmi has confirmed a few other key specifications, such as the single pop-up camera, 64MP main rear camera, Game Turbo 3.0, improved vibration motor, and a purple color variant.

In previous renders, one can spot the cut-out on the top edge of the smartphone for the pop-up camera, but there was still a very tiny possibility that it could have been something else entirely, even though the front of the phone was also clean and had no cameras. Still, this new promotional image directly and very clearly confirms that the Redmi K30 Pro will come with a single front popup camera, with LEDs on the side much like the Redmi K20 series did.

What we also can read clearly is the “64MP” branding on the camera, which means that the primary rear camera will be a 64MP shooter. There are three other cameras too, and we hope to learn more about them very soon.

Redmi also states that the vibration motor on the device has been improved and optimized for 153 MIUI scenarios. The display is also certified by TÜV Rheinland. There’s also Game Turbo 3.0 that has a few new nifty features such as night vision and voice changer. Lastly, Redmi also showed off the purple color variant of the Redmi K30 Pro.

Redmi has also confirmed that the Redmi K30 Pro will come with an AMOLED display, which is different from the LCD approach taken on the Redmi K30.

The display is sourced from Samsung, supports HDR 10+, and has a max brightness of 800 nits and peak brightness of 1200 nits. There is no mention of high refresh rate, so at this stage, we can presume the refresh rate to be the standard 60Hz. Hopefully, Redmi surprises us in this area.

We hope to learn more about the phone as the teasers flow in. Perhaps even something about the Zoom Edition, maybe?

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